TimberSweet Maple Syrup LLC -Enjoy our pure maple syrup and maple products such as maple nuts, maple cream, maple sugar and candies. We won the 2013 International Maple Contest with 1st place dark amber syrup and Best of Show- best syrup in the world! About the 3rd week of July, our fresh MN hybrid blueberries and raspberries will begin ripening. We have 12 MN apple varieties- great for fresh-eating, pie, and sauce. Our earliest variety apple starts ripening mid-August to September.
Kent Lorentzen – Locally Grown Produce from my Farm along the Mississippi river located between Jacobson and Palisade plus crafts such as Mini Straw Bales, Oriole Feeders, Greeting Cards and My Photography.
Boondock Ent -We are a family run farm that produces a wide variety of vegetables; including beans, peas, cucumbers, squash, greens, pumpkins, fresh herbs, gourds, beets, carrots, etc. We are also state certified in our homemade jams, jellies, fruit syrups, herb dips, and herbal teas. Facebook page.
Lance Huebscher – Gladiolus, Produce
Prairie River Farm – Produce raised beyond organic standards but not USDA certified.
Schmidt Farm – Locally grown vegetables. Fresh from our garden to your plate.
Kristi Neary / Luann Grover – Rock Meadow Farm and Gardens – Bedding plants, fresh vegetables, pickled products, jams, jellies, and bread
Bar Bell Bee Ranch – Bar Bell Bee Ranch is an apiary that produces many varieties of honey including: Alfalfa, clover, basswood, buckwheat, dandelion, sunflower, and wildflower. We offer our honey in both processed and raw. We have honey comb and beeswax available also.
Willow Sedge Farm – Grass-fed beef, pastured pork and chicken, eggs, baked goods, and wool.
Tikes Fresh Meats – Homemade brats, polish, sausage, steaks, pork, chicken, burger.
The Rug Shop – Home grown vegetables including: asparagus, blueberries, carrots, cabbage, beets, squash, strawberries; woven rugs, placemats, mug rugs, area rugs, and knitted mittens.
Bear Country Honey, LLC formerly Hanson’s Honey Farm – Honey and candles
Fashion On The Go -Gardening, baking, canning, and crocheting are some of my favorite things to do, so I strive to bring some of the best produce, baked goods, canned goods, and crocheted items to the farmer’s market. Picking “wild” berries for jams and jellies is another one of my favorite pastimes.
Bluebird Farms – Gladiolus, cut flowers, blackberries, raspberries, and hot peppers
Bryndlewood – Offering freshly harvested produce, fruit, preserves, whole grain baked goods, and garden art.
Not Quite Perfect Woodworking – Bird Houses, bird feeders, picnic tables, book cases, yard furniture, home grown tomatoes, squash, peppers, jams and jellies, stewed tomatoes, and tomato sauce.
Homestead Ponds – Coffee & tea. Organic certified mushrooms (spawn), pickled fish, smoked fish. Insured and inspected, HACCP certification, Minnesota Grown member, licensed by MN Department of Agriculture. Facebook Page
Karl’s Bread – Breads: European artisan breads, ethnic breads, rolls, biscotti, bagels.
Walter Zerebko Chicken and produce
Log Home Wood Fired Pizza,LLC – Log Home Wood Fired Pizza’s mission is to provide our customers with a distinct food experience and traditional wood fired pizza created with fresh, locally sourced ingredients and artisan craftsmanship.
Fresh from Alicia’s Kitchen – Fresh homemade bread,cinnamon/caramel rolls, dinner rolls, other pastries as well as something for your sweet tooth.
Bird Crazy – Decorative bird feeders,bird baths,small,lawn ornaments locally made and handcrafted by Mike and Linda Claypool.
Terri’s Jams and Jellies – Berry and specialty jams, homemade salsa.locally harvested wild rice, wild fruit and maple syrup, wild berries, wild berry baked goods.